iOS games don't get a whole lot more unique than 2009's Hysteria Project. The game was essentially an indie horror movie, but with interactive video game elements tossed in. You play a role in a low-budget horror film, helping the main character along the way. For a video game its fairly low-involvement, but it's a really neat experience nonetheless. Now the story continues as the sequel is released.
In yet another display of the massive cultural power of popular iPhone apps, Universal Pictures announced today that they are joining forces with Lima Sky to create new, branded content for Doodle Jump. From the sound of things this may be an ongoing arrangement, but right now it's Universal's upcoming Easter kid's flick, Hop, that is getting integrated with Doodle Jump.
For some Monty Python fans this is a dream 35 years in the making. It may not seem like the most likely subject for a video game, but developer Zed Worldwide has reimagined the livestock catapult from the classic comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail as an Angry Birds-esque physics puzzle game.
Only a few short days after Sega used their emulation software to release the Genesis version of Virtua Fighter 2 on iOS devices, we're getting another classic Genesis game. Sega's Shinobi 3: Return of the Ninja Master is pretty much the pinnacle of ninja-slicing insanity.
Emross War, a free-to-play strategy MMO game, has launched in the App Store. This high fantasy kingdom-strategy simulator starts the player off as a young lord who has just inherited a castle. From there, it is your duty to expand the kingdom and defend your people against the almost-certainly-evil "Chaos Army."
We know some of you out there just feinted over that 323 apps figure. It's true--we are gluttons when it comes to apps. But, we don't really use all of those titles for anything in specific, so here's a way to rid of those apps you might not need until a later time.
Launch iTunes and tether your iOS device to your computer. Allow it to sync normally. Now, locate the icon representing your device on the left side of the iTunes window. Click it once with the mouse to select it.